Approved by emergency services and classed as irreplaceable by avid survivalists the Outland Multi-Mission Axe ($465+) was made to tackle a variety of jobs. It features a durable full tang S7 steel construction and G10 handle grips. Making this all-purpose axe ideal for use as an axe, of course, but also a hammer, belt cutter, pry bar, cutter and even a hex nut screwdriver! The Multi-Mission Axe is the must have survival item for every mission, even those given to you by the wife. Buy the Outland-multi-mission-axe today and start enjoying a tool for life.
The Mutombo TR Block Shoes ($100) were originally created for Mutombo back in the early 90s. The shoe has finally be released to the public in a cool new red colorway. The shoes feature a Nubuck and leather upper with printed heel and rear-quarter window, a printed textile lining, molded TBU lacing system, mid-foot strap over laces, and a basketball-inspired outsole. The kicks are now available from the Adidas online shop.
Even though rap music is famous for its double entendres, clever turns of phrase and ingenuity, this is the first time ever than anyone has attempted to bring together the most iconic rap in one volume. Not only is Understand Rap: Explanations of Confusing Rap Lyrics that You & Your Grandma Can Understand ($9) a laugh out loud reference book to one of the most important of pop cultures and based on the website that bears the same name, it also aims to explain the confusing lyrics and terms used in rap in a language that even the most un hip of us can understand. This book has massive breakout potential as it is both highly informative and entertaining. The clever juxtaposition of hip hop terminology and dry humor make this a unique volume that will appeal to many.
It's almost sacrilegious, but if anyone can pull off an electric motorcycle, it's Harley-Davidson. They're going on tour and are making a feedback program available to select consumers who get to ride the new Harley-Davidson Livewire Electric Motorcycle ($TBA). The road tour will kick off in New York and then move to Boston and Philadelphia with additional cities to be announced. Future retail plans will be highly influenced on rider feedback during the tour. And don't worry if you don't have a motorcycle drivers license, Harley will have a simulated riding experience on the tour just for you guys.
Diner ($4), written and directed by Barry Levinson is the classic coming of age story where you get to see great talents in the early stages of their careers. Diner stars Steve Guttenberg, Mickey Rourke, Tim Daly, Ellen Barkin, Paul Reiser, and Kevin Bacon. It takes place in 1959 and follows a group of friends who are struggling with their impending passage from childhood into adulthood, like Boogie (Mickey Rourke) who works in a beauty salon and studies to be a lawyer at night. Diner is a great dialogue driven movie. One of the best scenes is when Eddie (Steve Guttenberg) makes his wife take a football test before they can get married. Check it out the scene after the break.
Nike is about to release a shoe that has the public divided. The shoe is the Nike Vandal Clog ($60). The debate is so divided you have to wonder if Nike planned this all along. The Vandal takes the original Vandal and chops it off at the heel and collar, while keeping the ankle strap and moving it down. When the clog hits stores it will sport black & gold or silver,red & blue colorways. The shoe is targeted for fall release. So the question is will you wear them? Throw us a Facebook like if you're on board.